As a regular contributor to CVNC, I appreciate Cohen spreading the word. Especially for readers in the Triangle, CVNC can be a very useful source of information and opinion.
By Todd Cohen
RALEIGH, N.C. — In July 2001, aiming to fill a gap in reviews of classical music in the Triangle after Spectator Magazine in Raleigh and Independent Weekly in Durham dropped their classical coverage, local arts patrons helped launched Classical Voice of North Carolina, a Raleigh-based statewide online arts journal.
Edited and run for many years by its founder, John Lambert, who now volunteers as senior contributor, CVNC published over 500 reviews of classical music, dance, theater, jazz, world music, and visual arts in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2014.
It also published listings in that fiscal year of over 3,550 events representing over 7,230 individual performances, and since 2010 has posted listings of 15,000 events from nearly 1,000 presenters, performing groups and artists.
Writing its reviews are 40 critics from throughout the state who work as freelancers for CVNC.
“We are filling the gap that has…
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